Talented freshman Marvin Bagley III will miss his fourth straight game Wednesday night when No. 5 Duke hosts Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium here in Durham. Live television broadcast of this season will be on ESPN. WatchESPN will have live streaming, starting at 9:00 pm ET.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Grayson Allen scored 19 points, including 17 in the first half and No. 12 Duke held on to beat No. 11 Clemson 66-57 in a key conference game on Sunday. The Duke Blue Devils (22-5, 10-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) were again without injured freshman sensation Marvin Bagley III.
No. 12 Duke will travel to No. 11 Clemson in a key Atlantic Coast Conference matchup between the two teams tied for second in the league. Game time for the clash at Littlejohn Coliseum is set for 1:00 pm ET, and live streaming coverage is available on the ACC Network and WatchESPN.
Grayson Allen scored 25 points and led four Duke starters in double-digit scoring and the No. 12 Blue Devils cruised to a 74-52 victory over Virginia Tech on Wednesday night. Marvin Bagley III, the Atlantic Coast Conference’s leading scorer and rebounder was out with a mild right knee sprain again.
ATLANTA – Grayson Allen scored 23 points and No. 9 Duke, playing without Marvin Bagley III, beat Georgia Tech 80-69 on Sunday night to snap a two-game losing streak. Duke hosts Virginia Tech on Wednesday night. Georgia Tech is at Wake Forest on Wednesday night.
ATLANTA — No. 9 Duke will aim to snap a two-game skid when it takes on Georgia Tech in Atlanta to complete a three-game road trip on Sunday evening. Watch live streaming coverage of this game on ESPN and WatchESPN. Also available is live stats and box score.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Joel Berry II scored 21 points and Kenny Williams completed his return from a shooting slump by matching his career-high with 20 and No. 21 North Carolina beat No. 9 Duke at Dean E. Smith Center on Thursday night.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Keita Bates-Diop tipped in a putback with 2.8 seconds left and No. 14 Ohio State upset No. 3 Purdue 64-63 to end the nation’s longest winning streak on Wednesday night.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Lamonte Turner scored 16 points off the bench, including the crucial go-ahead 3-pointer with 26 seconds left and No. 15 Tennessee beat No. 24 Kentucky 61-59 on Tuesday (6).
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Tyus Battle had 25 points and fellow guard Frank Howard added 22 and shorthanded Syracuse beat Louisville 78-73 on Monday night.
All five Villanova starters scored in double figures and the No. 1 ranked Wildcats buried a record-matching 19 3-pointers en route to whipping Creighton 98-78 on Thursday night. Villanova played its second game without injured leader Phil Booth.